Danish midfielder, Christian Eriksen is reportedly set to undergo vital medical tests before he makes a potential return to football.
As is reported by the Daily Star, Eriksen is pencilled in for tests next month which will determine the plausibility of the former Tottenham midfielder returning to action for current employers Inter Milan.
As things stand, Eriksen would not be able to play in Italy, with the implantable cardioverter-defibrillator [ICD] fitted in his chest outlawed in the rules of Italian football.
What needs to be determined is whether it is at all possible for Eriksen to remove the ICD and play for Inter, or if he needs to move elsewhere to continue his career.
Eriksen had earlier collapsed on the field of play after suffering a cardiac arrest in Denmark’s tournament opener at the EURO 2020 in June.